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Tulsa Oklahoma – The Cherokee Nation broke ground recently on a soundstage and other facilities in Owasso, adding to its already substantial investment in the film industry in Oklahoma. The planned 10,000-square-foot addition to Cherokee Film Studios, set to be complete in 2024, will be equipped to attract high-end film, television and other commercial productions […]

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Northport New York resident Joe Schramm, who serves as director of the Office of Film and Television for the Town of Huntington, is promoting a big idea: Invite Hollywood to Huntington with a 200,000-square-foot film-and-television production studio located on a 4-acre parcel of land in Huntington Station. He’s hoping to use $2 million of the Downtown […]

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ATLANTA, Ga. Last Saturday, was ground zero for a who’s who list of A-listers, politicians and Hollywood stars. At least 2,500 people made the exclusive guest list to attend Assembly Atlanta’s long-awaited grand opening event. The massive million-dollar, full-service studio is Gray Television’s newest development with 19 sound stages on 135 acres in DeKalb County. […]

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Good news for the Illinois production community – from 2021 to 2022, the state saw increases in U.S. Scripted Television series distributed, U.S. Scripted Streaming Television series distributed, and remained even in U.S. Scripted Cable Television series distributed. FilmLA Research unveiled a groundbreaking report that analyzes U.S.-produced, first-run, English-language scripted projects distributed in the years 2021 and […]

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A decision on plans for a film studio supported by a James Bond film director and opposed by green belt campaigners has been deferred until March of 2024. Campaign groups such as Save Marlow’s Green Belt said more than 1,000 people opposed the plan for the Marlow quarry. Sam Mendes, director of Bond films Skyfall […]

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The Capital City is getting some new moviemaking digs. “Dazed And Confused” may be Austin’s claim to movie fame, but that doesn’t mean filmmaking in the Capital City peaked in the ‘90s. Central Texas will become home to three new studios, signaling the city’s growing popularity among filmmakers. Austin’s sunny weather and creative scene are […]

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With Martin Scorsese’a, Killer Of The Flower Moon out this weekend, we wanted to take a look at Oklahoma Production, their Incentive Program and available Sound Stages in the state. Killers of the Flower Moon was filmed in Oklahoma and with a budget of $200 million, it is surely the most expensive film ever shot in the […]

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The new 11-acre film complex will make Savannah Film Studios the largest and most comprehensive university film studio complex in the nation. This year, the Savannah College of Art and Design (SCAD) will finish construction on the first phase of its landmark film complex announced in 2021 — a sprawling, 11-acre expansion of its existing Savannah […]

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The entertainment industry is experiencing a significant transformation with the infusion of artificial intelligence (AI) technologies. In recent years, venture capitalists (VCs) and private equity firms have invested millions in startups that leverage AI to revolutionize film and TV production. These companies aim to reduce production costs and streamline the creation of special effects. From […]

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Film Development Council of the Philippines (FDCP) has tweaked its incentive schemes for both international co-productions and offshore production, with the latter cash rebate being increased to 25% with the addition of a cultural bonus.  Philippines currently offers a 20% incentive through its Film Location Incentive Program (FLIP), which is now being augmented with the 5% […]

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